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Before we bask in the glory of Rivalry Week, the Pac-12 will take center stage in Week 12.
USC is the conference’s only team left in the College Football Playoff race, and its challenging final stretch begins Saturday night with a trip across town to UCLA.
There’s also another great matchup in Eugene as Oregon hosts Utah, with significant Pac-12 title implications on the line. And before the Pac-12 takes center stage late Saturday night, there are some tricky spots for some high-level teams.
(Note: All times ET, odds from BetMGM)
Time: 19:30 | Television: SECN | Line: Ole Miss -2.5 | Overall: 64
Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin came so close to defeating his former Alabama boss Nick Saban, but the Rebels lost 30-24 in heartbreaking fashion. Now the 8-2 Rebels have been eliminated from SEC West contention and must face Arkansas. A night game in Fayetteville is never easy, and Ole Miss will likely try to lean heavily on its running game, as it has done all year. Arkansas, meanwhile, is just 5-5 on the year and needs to pull off an upset and become bowl eligible.
Time: 20 hours | TV: Fox | Line: USC-2.5 | Total: 75.5
It’s a big weekend in the Pac-12 as USC is the conference’s last remaining playoff contender. USC’s offense, led by quarterback Caleb Williams, is playing at a high level. Not his defense. Things were developing similarly for UCLA. The Bruins, still in contention for the Pac-12 title, have an excellent run led by QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson and RB Zach Charbonnet. These two need to have big nights for UCLA to pull off the upset, especially with how the defense has struggled in recent weeks.
Time: 22:30 | TV: ESPN | Line: Utah -1.5 | Total: 61.5
Like the USC-UCLA game, this Pac-12 matchup in the title race is huge. Both Utah and Oregon are 6-1 in conference play, a half game behind 7-1 USC and a game ahead of UCLA and Washington, both 5-2.
QB injuries factor heavily into this one. While Utah QB Cam Rising appears to be back after missing a game a few weeks ago, Oregon’s Bo Nix is much more of a question mark. He appeared to injure his foot or ankle late in the heartbreaking loss at Washington. The coaching staff has not commented on Nix’s status, but the fact that Oregon went from a 3-point favorite to a 1.5-point underdog on Wednesday night speaks volumes. If Nix doesn’t go, Ty Thompson will win this key matchup.
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